Herts Ad Sunday League: Honeywood completes St Albans IFC Junior Cup comeback
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St Albans IFC came from two goals down to win their Junior Cup tie 4-2 against Bradmore Rovers.
The introduction of Anthony Roche and Cal Marjoram moving to midfield proved decisive as, in extra-time, top-scorer Jason Nicolaou gave St Albans the lead for the first time before Harry Honeywood secured safe passage to the next round.
KNOCKOUT CUP: Division Two outfit Blacksmiths Arms recorded a 5-0 win against Division One’s FC Potters Bar. The goals came from Jamie Sharp (two), Dean Skipsey, Aidan Golds and Oli Franks.
PREMIER DIVISION: Nicholas Breakspear OB won 3-0 against Phoenix thanks to goals came from Jay Caines (two) and Trevor Stevens.
DIVISION ONE: Will Bates proved instrumental, scoring two and setting up another, as Skew Bridge Reserves beat Six Bells 5-2. Simon Beazley (two) and Harry King were also on target.
Goals by James Owen (two) and Nathan Jackson gave Bull and Jacks a 3-1 win against Chequers Inn.
DIVISION TWO: Pennine Spartans weathered a second-half fight-back to win 6-4 against Queens Head. Having been 5-1 down, Queens pulled it back to 5-4 before Pennine sealed the win with a late goal. Pennine’s goals were scored by Myer Fuller, Aaron Flood, Ben Durrant, James Durrant, Jamie Smith and Jamie France.
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DIVISION THREE: CHL recorded their first points of the season, drawing 1-1 against Harpenden Colts, thanks to George Brennon’s goal. Chris Newcombe replied for Colts.
Dene Lewis continued his goal-scoring form with his third hat-trick for Radlett Village in a 5-0 win against Greenwood Park. The other goals came from Alex English and Louis Fernandes.
DIVISION FOUR: Jason Slough scored four goals as Wheathampstead Crown routed Camp KBK 8-1. Tom Simmonds, Ben Conrad and substitute Neil Stevenson (two) scored the other goals.
Marshalswick Rovers and Herts Mauritians shared the points after a 1-0 draw. Steve Bellard equalised for Rovers.
DIVISION FIVE: Stonewood Reserves recorded a 4-3 win against George Redbourn. The goals came from Reedan Pearce, Ryan Smith, Curtis Cumberbatch and Daniel Bisby.
Results - December 21
Knockout Cup Round 2: FC Potters Bar 0 Blacksmiths Arms 5.
Junior Cup Round 4: Bradmore Rovers 2 St Albans IFC 4, Wheathampstead ‘89 1 The Ridge 0.
Premier Division: Phoenix 0 Nicholas Breakspear OB 3.
Division One: Six Bells 2 Skew Bridge Res 5, The Bull & Jacks 3 Chequers Inn. 1 Division Two: Queens Head 4 Pennine Spartans 6.
Division Three: Greenwood Park 0 Radlett Village 5, Harpenden Colts OB 1 CHL 1.
Division Four: Camp KBK 1 Wheathampstead Crown 8, Marshalswick 1 Herts Mauritians 1, Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 2 The Snug Bar 2, St Albans Royals 1 Oaks 4.
Division Five: Stonewood Res 4 George Redbourn 3.